This morning, the ASPCA, helped by American Humane Association’s Red Star Animal Emergency Service, raided a puppy mill in White County, Tennessee, and rescued over 250 dogs found in inhumane conditions. These dogs were living in filthy conditions and were deprived of the most basic veterinary care, with little food and water. American Humane Association’s site report “The dogs are small breed under 20 pounds, including Boston and Jack Russell terriers, Pomeranians, Shih Tzus, Chihuahuas, poodles, miniature Pinschers, and Schnauzers. The animals were examined immediately on the scene, with those needing emergency care transferred to White County veterinarians, who lent their services. The rest of the animals were transported to a temporary emergency shelter staffed by the American Humane Association”
You can help by donating to the organization. This will perpetuate the effort of humane agencies to expose puppy mills and provide emergency aid to revive, foster, and get these poor animals adopted into loving homes.